If ever in a fight will CWP get revoked?

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    If ever in a fight will CWP get revoked?

    If you are confronted to have to defend yourself with fist and no weapon (but have your weapon on you) if LE arrives you will most likely get taken in for fighting. Question is how will that look as far as your licence will it be taken from you now that you have a misdemeanor for fighting?
    I have yet to be attacked by a block of ballistic gelatin but.........

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    If the charge you get would disqualify you from getting a permit in the first place then most likely you would lose your permit.

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    Isn't any fight in public a misdemeanor regardless if you were attacked and acted as self defense? If so a misdemeanor Will or Will not have your permit revoked?
    I have yet to be attacked by a block of ballistic gelatin but.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by defensive007 View Post
    Isn't any fight in public a misdemeanor regardless if you were attacked and acted as self defense? If so a misdemeanor Will or Will not have your permit revoked?
    No, if you are assaulted and defend yourself you are not guilty of a crime. Now if you take it to excess or instigate it then you may have legal problems.

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    "crime against a person " will get it suspended or revoked in many cases.
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    Sounds like it depends on the circumstances....I would consult with an attorney.
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    Basically it will depend on your state laws. In most states an arrest alone is not going to cause revocation. A conviction would cause a revocation if it is an offense that would disqualify for a permit.

    Defending yourself, using your fist is not illegal if you were attacked. You're using less than lethal force.
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    As long as you aren't the aggressor and did everything you could to deescalate the situation,you have the right to defend yourself against an attack,once the threat is neutralised,you can't continue to attack.One more thing,if it's a family member or girl friend etc. you may end up being charged with domestic violence where upon conviction you lose your right to own any firearms period.
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    Who in the world, outside of adolescents, has the mentality that it is OK to fight?
    It isn't--- unless you are doing so entirely in self defense.

    The question asked, by its nature, suggests that the OP thinks he might engage in a fight at some point in the future.

    If that is the case, he needs to rethink how he is living his life, his options in future confrontations and how to avoid them, and the character of those he hangs with.
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    Now days you need to walk with one eye over your shoulder at al times, my neighbor was robbed at 1pm last saturday and she is a handicap lady, young kid around 20 yrs old snatched her chain and pushed her to the ground. Would ove to have caught this kid in action.....
    I have yet to be attacked by a block of ballistic gelatin but.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by defensive007 View Post
    Now days you need to walk with one eye over your shoulder at al times, my neighbor was robbed at 1pm last saturday and she is a handicap lady, young kid around 20 yrs old snatched her chain and pushed her to the ground. Would ove to have caught this kid in action.....
    What would you have done?
    All that said....
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    body slam and call LE to take him to the slammer for being a
    I have yet to be attacked by a block of ballistic gelatin but.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by defensive007 View Post
    body slam and call LE to take him to the slammer for being a
    Okay, just making sure you weren't going to invite him to "fisticuffs in the dooryard." I didn't know if the BG/neighbor lady post was related to the original question or not.

    If you follow the stupid people, stupid places, stupid things rule, you shouldn't have to worry much about getting into a fight.

    If on the other hand, you frequent places where fights are the norm.. then methinks you need to forget about carrying until you have decided not to frequent such places... There is a great chance that you might be tempted to escalate to lethal force if you're on the losing end of a fight in which you willingly participated from the outset.

    Avoid, deter, de-escalate.
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    All that said....
    It could be worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    Who in the world, outside of adolescents, has the mentality that it is OK to fight?
    It isn't--- unless you are doing so entirely in self defense.

    The question asked, by its nature, suggests that the OP thinks he might engage in a fight at some point in the future.

    If that is the case, he needs to rethink how he is living his life, his options in future confrontations and how to avoid them, and the character of those he hangs with.
    Hopyard, sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    Hopyard, sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do.
    Yes, but then those situations are very limited. You don't fight because someone offended you or disrespected you. Limit it to real self-defense needs. Limit it to situations you can not possibly get away from or avoid. See post 13 reiterating the rules for staying out of trouble. There is nothing honorable about getting in a fight and going to jail just to protect your honor in the first place.
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